21st Century Promotions
Burnaby Lake
Antiques Fair
 
 


No Show Scheduled for 2017

From its successful launch in 2002 to its eighth year in 2009, this show grew to be a major annual antiques extravaganza, featuring over 250 tables and booths of antiques and vintage collectibles under one roof, and showcasing 60 select vendors from far and wide with a huge array of collectible items including:

• Vintage kitchenalia • Antique & estate jewelry • Period furniture • Postcards & advertising • Old-world collectibles • Art Nouveau & Art Deco • Mid-century Modernist design • Antiquarian books • Hand-made linens & lace • Rustic country collectibles • Shabby & Boho chic decor • Chintz • Old dolls & toys • Machine-age classics • Paintings & prints • Ephemera • Decorative art pottery & glass • Timepieces • Boudoir & vanity items • Garden wares • Wild, wild western style • 50's kitsch • and much more...

Watch for the possible return of the Burnaby Lake Antiques Fair in the future...

Bill Copeland-Burnaby Lake Sports Centre
3676 Kensington Avenue at Sprott Street
Burnaby, BC 
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Ample Free Parking • Multiple Food Courts • ATM
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Learn All About Your Antique and Collectible Treasures!

This proved to be a very popular feature when it was first introduced at the 2007 fair! Appraisals were held on both Saturday and Sunday from 10am-5pm on a first-come-first-served basis. Items were limited to those small enough to carry, with a maximum of three items per person allowed. The cost of each verbal appraisal was $7 per item or 3 items for $20 (cash only).

The appraisals were conducted by Gale Pirie, an independent, accredited member of the Canadian Personal Property Appraisers Group with many years of experience in valuing antiques and collectibles for insurance and finance purposes, family division, estates, downsizing and inventories. She has worked as an appraiser with the CBC's Canadian Antiques Roadshow, and we were delighted to have her knowledge and expertise at Burnaby Lake for the 2007, 2008 and 2009 shows. For more information on Gale's work, read these features: Secondhand Savvy, Vancouver Sun, Agassiz Harrison Observer, and Lloydminster Meridian Booster.

Appraiser Gale Pirie

Appraiser Gale Pirie

Click here for a sampling of the many treasures found at past shows... Click here for the 2009 show map & directory of participating vendors (Adobe Acrobat Reader required)

Getting There • Bill Copeland-Burnaby Lake Sports Centre • 3676 Kensington Avenue • Burnaby • BC

This terrific central location, with full wheelchair accessibility, multiple food courts, ATM cash machine and ample free parking, also offers easy access from both the TransCanada highway #1 and the Lougheed Highway.

BY SKYTRAIN From the Metrotown Skytrain Station, take Bus #144 SFU or #110 LOUGHEED STN and get off at the corner of Kensington Avenue and Joe Sakic Way.

From the Sperling Skytrain Station, take Bus #144 METROTOWN or #110 METROTOWN STN and get off at the corner of Kensington Avenue and Joe Sakic Way.
 
BY CAR From Highway #1 westbound, take the Kensington Avenue Exit #33. Keep right onto Kensington Avenue northbound and when you reach the first set of traffic lights at Sprott Street, turn right into the parking lots.

From Highway #1 eastbound, take the Sprott Street Exit #32 and turn left onto Sprott Street. Stay in the right-hand lane and when you reach the second set of traffic lights at Kensington Avenue, go straight into the parking lots.
 
PARKING Please proceed to the rear of the complex as this is where the majority of the parking is located. All parking on the centre grounds is free of charge.
 
You can also explore the Burnaby Lake Regional Park grounds, located just steps from the arena. Burnaby Lake itself was created by a glacier 12,000 years ago and is a haven for wildlife of all kinds. For more information on the Burnaby Lake area, visit the following websites:
www.burnaby.ca
www.burnaby.worldweb.com

www.hellobc.com
 

 
 


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